A new micro-site has appeared to help Malaysians determine if they have been affected by the largest ever data breach in the country. SayaKenaHack.com has collected the leaked databases and used them to create a simple site for users to check if they have had their information leaked.
That said, the information available for checking is currently only limited to the main telcos. Creator of the site, Keith Rozario, has said that he will be uploading data for the smaller telcos soon; but will be leaving out information from the non-telco databases for privacy reasons.
Rozario also notes that not all the data in the breach is useful to hackers and cybercriminals. For instance, the IMEI numbers may be used for fraud, but most people would have changed their phones since 2014; making the number relatively useless for crime. The same goes for IMSI and SIM numbers.
Still, SayaKenaHack doesn’t reveal this information and is only there to inform the public about the status of their data in the leak. The data shared for verification is masked; showing only the first and last couple of digits.
[Source: Keith Rozario]